If you were an early adopter of ICS via a Galaxy Nexus purchase, or a ported version running on your existing smartphone, you know that the newest version of Android has its fair share of bugs.
It looks like Google is planning on fixing some of the outstanding bugs related to data usage, with the release of 4.0.5. We had previously reported that 4.0.4 would be released for the Verizon variant of the phone at the beginning of the year, but it appears that it is being skipped for a newer version that fixes more commonly reported bugs.
There are not a lot of specifics being reported outside of an early April launch, but we will keep you updated on the exact launch date.
UPDATE: Looks like 4.0.4 is going to make it out after all, as it has already begun to roll out to the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus and the GSM Nexus S, as reported by Android Fans. With no mention of the LTE Galaxy Nexus getting updated, we have to assume for the time being that it will be updated in 4.0.5.